Cabbage without Baggage

The time has come,” the Walrus said, “To talk of many things: Of shoes–and ships–and sealing-wax– Of cabbages–and kings— The handsome blue/purple cabbages that we grew on the Free Farm were really the Carnival stars of the Free Farm Stand. Besides being a total miracle, everyone that saw them immediately sensed that something special was […]

Communal Homes and Garden/Farms

This past weekend was busy with activity. On Fridays I show up at the Permaculture garden on 18th and Rhode Island and have been mostly harvesting produce.  We are running out of food to harvest there and we will have to wait until the things we recently put in the ground grow until we can […]

Farmin’ Faith

Yesterday Lauren offered to pick up the produce on Saturday and run the stand on Sunday, giving me a much needed break. My back yard garden has been needing attention so I finally got out there for a good chunk of time and I actually got a lettuce lawn planted. The garden hasn’t recovered from […]